When 2009 dawned, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart‘s managing partner, L. Gray Geddie Jr., said he had high hopes for the firm’s finances. Those hopes didn’t last long.

“Going into the year, we were pretty optimistic,” he said. “We thought the Obama administration would bring in changes that would enhance our business. None of that happened.”

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